Mayor's Spring Cleanup

Mayor's CleanupWaste Management will be picking up your unwanted items on the following days: 

East of the Interstate:  May 2nd.

West of the Interstate: May 9th.

Be sure to have all items at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the day of the pickup.

Please mark any trash cans you want to save.

The following items will NOT be accepted:

        • Railroad ties
        • Normal yard waste that can be disposed of on your regular trash day
        • Vehicles, major auto parts or tires
        • Buildings, major building parts, or large piles of building materials
        • Concrete chunks (ALL SIZES)
        • Asphalt shingles over 65 lbs. In total weight
        • Animal carcasses
        • Banned substances such as:
        • lead
        • acid
        • batteries
        • waste oil
        • explosive material
        • medical waste
        • drugs
        • poisons
        • highly combustible material
        • paint
        • any other toxic or hazardous substances

Call the Regional Collection Center at (515) 967-5512 for information regarding hazardous substance disposal.

The following appliances will NOT be accepted:

  • Refrigerators
  • Washers
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Freezers
  • Furnaces
  • Air conditioners
  • Stoves
  • Dryers
  • Microwaves
  • Water Heaters
  • Dishwashers

To arrange for a pickup of any of these appliances, call Waste Management at (515) 262-4040.  Seven (7) large item stickers per appliance will be required.

To find out if your items are eligible for pick up, please call Waste Management at (515) 262-4040.

The Clive "tire collection" program has been discontinued.  Passenger car/SUV/truck tires and other types of tires such as large, oversized tires, semi, farm and tractor tires can be delivered to Metro Park East Landfill.  The fees range from $5 to $20 each or $110 per ton and more information can be obtained by calling (515) 967-2076. 

Solid wheels such as those on go-carts, lawnmowers and golf carts may be placed in with regular garbage as they are not considered “tires” and cannot be processed by equipment normally used to recycle tires. 

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